Sonata for cello and piano

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Opus 20

History

  • Legley composed this sonata in 1945.[1]
  • On 15 October 1946 this sonata was first performed in the concert hall of the Royal Conservatory of Brussels by René Pousseele and Frieda Pey.[2]

Music

  • instrumentation: cello and piano
  • duration: 26'

Parts

  • I. Allegro moderato
    • time signature:
      Legley 20-1.jpg
  • II.
    • Allegretto grazioso
      • time signature: 5/8
    • Trio
      • tempo: Molto allegro
      • time signature: 3+2+3/8
    • Tempo primo (Allegro grazioso)
      • time signature: 5/8
        Legley 20-2.jpg
  • III.
    • Adagio
      • time signature: 9/8
    • Allegro vivace - poco più lento - tempo primo (Allegro vivace)
      • time signature: 2/4
        Legley 20-3.jpg

Sources

  • autograph (score and cello part): Royal Conservatory Brussels (B-Bc), shelf number BV-03-4008
  • first edition (score and cello part): CeBeDeM, Brussels, 1956

Notes

  1. First edition and Tessely (p.68). More details are not known.
  2. See:
    • De Roeck, pp.280-281.
    • VERSCHRAEHEN [sic], Louis: Au conservatoire - Récital Pousseele-Pey-Maes in La Cité Nouvelle of 17 October 1946, p.5.
    • Anonymous: Sonaten-recital in Het Nieuwsblad of 17 October 1946, p.4.
    • P.M.: Les Concerts - René Pouseele et Frida [sic] Pey in La Dernière Heure of 17 October 1946, p.2.
    • J.V.A.: Muziekleven Brussel in De Nieuwe Standaard of 19 October 1946, p.4.